From the Harford County Sheriff’s Office:
(Bel Air, MD – November 2, 2009) Harford County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested several subjects on November 1, 2009 approximately 1:20 a.m. on the parking lot of Tully’s Bar located at 2403 Bel Air Road Fallston, Maryland.
The Harford County Emergency Operations Center received several 911 calls indicating an assault had just occurred. Upon deputies arrival they encountered a large crowd on the parking lot of Tully’s with numerous fights in the area. Deputies requested additional manpower and were assisted by the Maryland State Police, Bel Air Police Department and Baltimore County Police.
A vehicle attempting to leave the area struck a deputy in the parking lot and failed to stop. The vehicle was commandeered by deputies’ short distance away. The driver of the vehicle was taken into custody.
The front seat passenger was observed by deputies taking a greenish vegetable substance out of a clear plastic baggy and shoving it into his mouth. The two passengers in the vehicle refused deputies request to exit the vehicle which lead to a deputy being assaulted by one of the subject’s prior to being apprehended. The deputy involved in the incident wasn’t injured.
The driver of vehicle was identified as Sylvia Lynne Core, 44, of the 900 block of Edmund Street Aberdeen, Maryland. Ms. Core is charged with First Degree Assault, Second Degree Assault, and Reckless Endangerment. Ms. Core released from the Harford County Detention Center on a $10,000 bond.
The front seat passenger was identified as Thomas V. Hill Jr, 34, of the 2300 block of Rogate Circle Gwynn Oak, Maryland. Mr. Hill is charged with CDS: Possession of Marihuana, Resist/Interfere with Arrest, and Failure to Obey Lawful Order. Mr. Hill was released from the Harford County Detention Center on a $5,000 bond.
The second passenger was identified as Antoine Donte Smith, 31, of the 2000 block of Watergate Court Edgewood, Maryland. Mr. Smith is charged with Second Degree Assault, Failure to Obey Lawful Order, and Resist/Interfere with Arrest. Mr. Smith was released from the Harford County Detention Center on a $7,500 bond.
Robert A. McClellan, 22, of the 2300 block of Hanson Road Edgewood, Maryland was also arrested in a separate incident on the parking lot. Mr. McClellan was acting disorderly and inciting others in the crowd on the parking lot. Mr. McClellan was instructed by deputies to leave the area but refused and was taken into custody. Mr. McClellan is charged with Failure to Obey Lawful Order and Disorderly Conduct. Mr. McClellan was released from the Harford County Detention Center on his own recognizance.
The Maryland State Police simultaneously handled a stabbing that had occurred inside Tully’s that resulted in several arrests.
Bel Air Resident says
is it really necessary to publish two articles about this?
um, they are 2 different occurrences
um, no. same story
I would just like to thank thise at “The Dagger” for feeling they need to post 2 stories about the same thing…..sorring but you are not going to get another blow up reaction from people….nice try though now let go report some real news
Not the same thing at all. Police were called to the scene because of the initial fight, but these arrests are different.
Steve let me clear some things up for you ok……the police were never “called” they were driving around the parking lot all night and one officer was there from 10 o’clock on….and if you want to keep calling this a melee or a riot then you go ahead and keep it up there but i guarentee you will be hearing from someone very soon….And yes this is the same story…the same story that involbed 50 cops standing around doing nothing while 10 actually did something….overkill isnt even a good enough word
Steve(a different one) says
Why is everybody whining about the second article. If you heard enough in the first one then no one is forcing you to read the second. This article covered aspects not covered in the first including the names and account of the idiots trying to run down deputies.
Common Sense says
It’s true that this is different. The first one was a press release from MSP and what their troopers were involved in that night. This is the one released by HCSO and what their deputies did. Both were sent out to the public. Just fyi…
there were both there that night so that means they are just cherry picking theres articles why not jus post the HCSO one in its entirety….o wait because the MSP report made it sound better an more violent…yea the media is gret isnt it….thanks for reply (webmaster)Steve….glad to see you can back up your website!
Overkill???? Better to have too many cops than not enough. Its called a show of force and it keeps the rest of the people from ganging up on the police. HC would you rather there were not enough police so maybe they could assault the officer and take his gun? Im not sure what your basis for comment even is. two different police departments, two different occurrences, same place and time, just like the article says. Obviously there was a reason they were driving around tullys all night, because its not such a nice place. And look what happened, a chase, an assault, and a stabbing. But theres no need for police and its overkill. HC what a joke you are.
a chace? please enlighten me with what chace your refering to….an the basis for my complaint (if you would actually do some research on what your are comenting on!) is read the HCSO police report an see how different and not as violent it makes everything sound and that security did a fantastic job…so the fact that 2 police reports were used for this same story just shows me how this garbage web site just picks and cooses shock value stories and swings it whatever way they want….so if you werent up there an saw what happened you have no basis for any kind of argument…what a joke you are BPB an what a joke this site is!
Im going to point out some interesting things you say HC, Fist:to quote you ” see how different and NOT AS VIOLENT”, o, so it wasnt as violent as the police report said, as violent, but it was still violent?, just not that violent? Your point has failed to reach me HC, and Ill tell you again, this could have happened anywhere, but it didnt, it happened at tullys, like it always does. You can change the name every week but you cant change the atmosphere, its good to have you back Mo’s. Second : Shock value stories. Really, of all the bad things that could have happened anywhere on halloween it happened at tullys. SOMEONE GOT ASSAULTED WITH A KNIFE and a DEPUTIES CAR GOT RAMMED. BEing that this is a local news source Id say that constitutes local news, not shock value reporting lol. I guess since this sites a joke that the negative publicity wont be hurting tullys business any huh? O and to quote tullys website. ” everyone had a safe time at tullys on halloween” yeah, except that guy with the knife in his back.
haha again if you dont know things except for what you get from the media…that blows things out of proportion…just dont comment
Actually, it was a deputy who got hit by a car, not a deputy’s car that got hit. After that happened and some of the deputies on scene were trying to get the driver and passenger (who was busy trying to swallow a bag of marijuana) out of the car a crowd of about 40 people started converging on the deputies in a threatening manner which is why the “signal 13” was called and why there ended up being somewhere around 35 officers at Tully’s.
Magik Columbine says
HC – I’ve long given up on having a reasonable discussion with you. You are a total moron. Enjoy hanging out at your bars. I’m sure one day you’ll realize that you’re a total idiot, but probably not any time soon.
im sorry i forgot how i wasn’t even having a discussion with you….or how you were even a part of this discussion its ok though i guess the idiot is showing through on you